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New light bulb kills germs and smells

O'ZONELitehas released a titanium dioxide-coated, energy efficient light bulb which cleans indoor air. When the O'ZONELite is illuminated, it produces what is called a photocatalytic action. This photocatalytic action actually breaks down indoor airborne microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and mold into nothing more than carbon dioxide and water, which are completely safe for humans and animals. The O'ZONELite also eliminates smoke and household odors.This technology is not new but this is the first time it has actually been applied to a properly balanced light source that is available for home use. The O'ZONELite is a 23-watt energy efficient light bulb that can be used anywhere a standard incandescent light bulb is used. The O'ZONELite lasts for 6,000 hours, which is eight times longer than a standard incandescent light bulb, and has the equivalent light output of a standard 100 watt light bulb. Not only does the O'ZONELite help indoor air pollution by eliminating airborne microorganisms, smoke and odors, but it also helps by saving energy while cleaning up the environment. If the entire American public put just one O'ZONELite' energy saving light in their home it would be the equivalent of removing one million cars from the road.The distributors have found that the bulb is particularly effective for people who smoke or have allergies. They have also experimented with the bulb in used autos and found it to be effective in eliminating odours."Web site: http://www.ozonelite.com/

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